Truly worn - and untouched! - later-war-period, WH (Luftwaffe ie. Hitlerjugend-) related- so-called: 'Flakhelfer-Dienstbluse' as was intended for usage by a: 'Flakhelfer' (ie. youthfull, anti-aircraft staff-member)
This is a truly scarcely encountered - and only moderately used- and/or worn! - later-war-period, WH (Luftwaffe ie. Hitlerjugend-) related- so-called: 'Flakhelfer-Dienstbluse' as was specifically intended for usage by a: 'Flakhelfer' (ie. youthfull, anti-aircraft staff-member) and that comes in an overal nice- (albeit moderately used- but nevertheless untouched-), condition. The jacket (ie. 'Dienstbluse') is construced from typical, bluish-grey-coloured 'Luftwaffe'-type wool and is fairly large-sized: it retains all its (darker-blue-coloured- and 'pebbled'-styled) buttons in place and shows two breast-pockets as per regulation: it can be un-buttoned 'half-way' (as can be seen on the pictures). The piece is - I deem - totally void of any marking nor makers-designation (although this can have been washed-away during moderate usage). The piece shows some obvious age, wear and/or staining but comes in an overall nice - and fully untouched! - condition as found. The piece shows a machine-embroidered- (ie. trapezoid-shaped-) breast-badge (ie. eagle-device) attached by hand-stitching as was specifically intended for usage by these: 'Flakhelfer' and comes with a pair of so-called: 'Flakhelfer'-shoulderstraps attached. These straps come onto their period tongues and are piped in the (typical) bright-blue- (ie. 'kornblumenblauer'-) coloured branchcolour: moreover, do they show a pair of typical silver-coloured 'Laschen' attached. Next to this, does the tunic show a (period-attached!) chrome-based, 'DJ-Veranstaltungsabzeichen' (as can be seen on the pictures). The 'Dienstbluse' came from a German private-household and was never before in collectors'-hands. This is only the first such neat later-war-period 'Flakhelfer'-tunic I ever had on offer. Simply an attractive - and desirable! - later-war period- and youth-related 'Flakhelfer'-garment that is with certainty not that often offered for sale!